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Texas A&M Innovative Learning Classroom Building

College Station, TX

Texas A&M Innovative Learning Classroom Building

College Station, TX

This building will create a lasting impression on prospective students from all over the world. Texas A&M is known for its tradition, but the ILCB represents an evolution that will allow us to keep up with the ever-changing world around us.

Brandy Cobbs, TAMU Facilities Coordinator

The new Innovative Learning Classroom Building will propel the next generation of students toward the future. Located at the heart of the Texas A&M campus, this signature building defines a new immersive experience.

Blurring the boundaries between teaching and learning, building and site, and tradition and innovation, this project is truly unique. The building’s geometric stacked forms establish a new design language reflecting the innovative program within, while elements of brick and limestone honor the existing campus context.

Engaging learning environments include technology-rich classrooms, three in-the-round arenas, small and large learning studios, and a collocated instructional support hub promoting TAMU’s active learning pedagogies. The new 118,000-square-foot build houses 2,200 general purpose seats in 10 classrooms. Across two levels of the building there are instructional spaces ranging in size from 600 seats to 72 seats.

A diversity of indoor and outdoor study spaces fosters a learning landscape across the building. A mezzanine lounge and terrace overlook the bustling activity below, offering connections to the surrounding campus.

Check out TAMU’s short video highlighting the innovation of this facility through its unique classrooms and advanced technologies.



117,000 sf


Perkins+Will (Architect of Record)

Office of James Burnett

Jaffe Holden

Shah Smith + Associates

JQ Engineering

Vaughn Construction